I am sure it is no surprise to anyone reading this to hear that having a new little one at home has brought some extra expenses into our household. We were lucky and received a lot of necessities like diapers at the baby shower, but there are still a lot of things that start to add up. I have taken to the internet to do some reading and look for ideas to save a bit of money. There is one that stands out to me that I have not really seen mentioned many places and that is . . . .
The home haircut. Of course, you read the title so you already knew that.
Now I know that some of you are picturing the worst when I say home haircut, but don’t worry I am not going to suggest that you grab a pair of scissors and a mixing bowl.
I have had short hair for quite some time now so for me the home haircut is an easy transition and the 20 piece Headstyler kit from our partner Andis has everything needed to get professional results without the cost of a barber. With the cost of a haircut and a tip $40 gets you 1, maybe 2 haircuts if you are lucky but for less the $40 you can get this 20 piece kit from Amazon.
I normally do the main part of the haircut myself, then let Paige double check to make sure I did not miss any spots. Most of the time she even tells me what I missed
Though the main function of the kit is for the clippers, Paige uses it as well for a touch-up trim between trips to her stylist.
It may not seem like much, but the savings from a few haircuts puts gas in the truck and gas in the truck gets us to the mountains.